Calling all carb lovers: Pampshade, the Japanese homeware brand specializing in lamps made of real bread (yes, you read that correctly), has teamed up with New York-based fashion label Dauphinette on a series of mini croissant lights.
Made at Liberté bakery in Kyoto, the pink, raspberry-flavored creations are handmade by Pampshade founder and baker Yukiko Morita. Though the lamps look good enough to eat, please don’t — they’re coated in anti-bacterial and anti-fungal resin. Stamped with Daphinette’s logo on the bottom, the battery-powered LED light makes a delicious topper for a nightstand or side table. “We are extremely excited to be bringing these joyful (and timely, if I do say so myself!) little objets to people’s homes in time for the holiday and cozy winter months,” Dauphinette designer Olivia Cheng said, hinting at future collaborations between herself and Pampshade.
The Dauphinette x Pampshade Pink Croissant LED lamp retails for $120 USD and is available for pre-order at the Dauphinette website.